Here are today's most talked about transfer moves and the likelihood of the transfer actually happening on a scale of 0.0 (player is going nowhere) to 5.0 (player is packing his bags), courtesy of Football Whispers.
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Memphis Depay to Everton
It is believed Ronald Koeman has a long standing interest in Depay and tried to sign the attacker when he was the manager of Southampton. The £25 million man is out of favour at Manchester United and the club may let the player leave on loan in January for much-needed first team football. Koeman believes he can convince his compatriot to join him at Goodison Park.
Elseid Hysaj to Manchester United
Italian publication Il Mattino report Jose Mourinho is keen on bringing versatile Napoli full-back Hysaj to Old Trafford in January. The Albanian is primarily a right-back but can fill in on the left -- something he has in common with Matteo Darmian. However, the Italian has yet to cement a starting place under Mourinho and there is talk he will be returning to Italy, leaving United a little short defensively.
Troy Deeney to West Ham
The Daily Mirror report West Ham are to turn to Watford's Deeney as they look to solve their goalscoring crisis. The Hammers had bids for Michy Batshuayi and Alexandre Lacazette turned down in the summer so have money to spend and Deeney has proved he can deliver in the Premier League.
Jonathan Tah to Liverpool
The Daily Mirror claim Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is once again going to raid the Bundesliga as he looks to strengthen his defensive options. The Reds signed Joel Matip in the summer and are now reportedly interested Bayer Leverkusen defender Tah. The German team value the dominant 20-year-old defender at around the £20m mark and the current Premier League leaders would have no trouble paying that.
Guilherme Arana to Manchester United
Arana's agent was pictured at United, which ramped up reports the Brazilian left-back was set to join the club in January. The 19-year-old Corinthians full-back has impressed for his country and the Daily Mail reported at the beginning of the week that Luke Shaw doesn't have a long-term future at Old Trafford.